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Old 09-07-2019, 03:55 PM   #1
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Signature Entryway

I cleaned the entry and it seemed like a good time for a photo shoot. It is as it was manufactured. No change except for the flashlight.



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sure looks nice. Several of us in the "cheaper seats" have re-done our entry's.
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Looks great. I'll bring mine over for a cleaning.
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Better than new.
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Also wider than my 04 Dynasty entry. Interesting that your top step does not open...storage area for my flashlight and tire gauge. By removing the step and then the bin (lots of small screws) I can access the hydraulic pump and fill.
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Also wider than my 04 Dynasty entry. Interesting that your top step does not open...storage area for my flashlight and tire gauge. By removing the step and then the bin (lots of small screws) I can access the hydraulic pump and fill.
I miss the storage capability, the access to the hydraulics would also be nice!
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Nice! I like the wider steps and less steep angle , as apposed to our Beaver. Our steps are steep, never realized there was such a difference in this on coaches.
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Nice! I like the wider steps and less steep angle , as apposed to our Beaver. Our steps are steep, never realized there was such a difference in this on coaches.
And less of them too. I have three steps up to the main landing.
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My 06 Beaver Patriot Thunder looks just like Hypoxia’s picture
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We are the same. 3 steps inside. I bet Hypoxia has 2 steps outside though. We only have one outside.
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Yep, I have 3 inside, and a single step outside.
I hear those Sig's have little low basement storage compartments .


Light color steps looks nice !
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We are the same. 3 steps inside. I bet Hypoxia has 2 steps outside though. We only have one outside.
You are correct, John!
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Yep, I have 3 inside, and a single step outside.
I hear those Sig's have little low basement storage compartments .
Light color steps looks nice !
I can't speak for the storage size, I would always want larger! It is whatever the S Series chassis allowed.

I have spent a fair amount of time working on a 2008 Patriot Thunder that belongs to a friend. It is surprising the differences between Beaver and Monaco on the same chassis. His is the early '08 with the '07 electronics.
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It is amazing the differences in even the same year. I have 3 & 2 steps but the storage is much higher than my Dynasty with 3 & 1.
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